Nakhil Inn & Dream - Nuweiba
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... somebody". So up the mountain we went. We stopped many times along the two and a half hour journey up the mountain. If we needed to do a team check our guide and the other team members would yell out "somebody" to regroup. LOL. "Somebody"? We helped other traveler's along the way and had to take rest breaks. The last 750 steps were brutal. Making to the top, Michelle and I perched ourselves on the highest rocks, next to ...
Our road brought us to the Sinai peninsula, a place renowned for its beautiful vistas. Big desert plains intermixed with rocky hills and mountains breaking up the view. Moving closer to the coast the scenery changed. We moved down canyons, with sharp red rocks towering up around us. Even for those us having seen the Grand Canyon and many other famous rocks, it was an impressive sight.
The rocks continued down to ...
... these days may not be up to Western standards, I am deeply satisfied with them (true, I won’t refuse a hot bath one day soon, but at the same time I am very excited about the outdoors shower I’ll be taking soon in the warm sun). And yet, to my surprise, even within this contentment and gratefulness for the place that I am in, I have found many conflicts as well. Knowing that “There’s Nothing Wrong” I keep on looking at this conflicts as my guiding ...
... easy and because it was so quick I got to the train station 8 hours before my sleeper to Damascus. First thing I needed to do was buy my train ticket but I hadn’t yet had a chance to my money to Syrian pounds.
While I was walking near the station a Palestine family in an SUV asks if they could help me after driving around for 10 minutes we eventually found a place for me to change what Turkish money I had left into ...